WASHINGTON, D.C. (WUSA) - As of 10 p.m. Monday, Pepco reported that of its 257,305 customers in the District, 34170 remained without power. In Montgomery County, 98082 of its 309,543 were without power. In Prince George's County, of 225,854 customers, 40924 were without power Monday night.
In Virginia, Dominon Power, which said its staff is working around the clock, said that power has been restored to more than 760,000 of million customers affected by the storms. The company expects to restore service to 80-85 percent of affected customers by the end of Tuesday, 90-95 percent of affected customers by Thursday night, and virtually all remaining customers by Saturday night. Dominion said it has more than 3,500 employees, contractors and retirees working, with 1,500 utility workers from 15 states and Canada en route or here to assist.
BG&E reported that 491, 647 customers have had power restored since the storm's effects, and 187,909 remain without power.
SMECO reports restored electric service to all of its customers in Calvert and St. Mary's counties and 235 remaining without power. SMECO stated it plans to have power restored to all of its customers by late Tuesday night.